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Lindemann on the Nativity of Our Lord

Friday, December 10th, 2010

THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD Christmas, the Mass of Christ’s Day, is the only feast of the year for which two Services are appointed and two sets of Propers are provided. The set of Propers for the Early Service has been spoken of as historic, the set for the Later Service as dogmatic. Whether we […]


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